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A good teacher isn’t hard to find. A good teacher understands the class, explains course material, teaches in an effective way, and connects with students. A good teacher molds students into better versions of themselves academically and personally. And Jesuit Dallas is full of good teachers. But 12345 Inwood Road is losing a great one come June 1, 2019. After...
Every year during the early part of the second semester, underclassmen select their schedules for the next year on RangerNet, as they use a drop-down arrow to pick the subject they wish to study. After this, most students don't think about their classes until the schedules are released in July, and they get ready for their next year. However,...
The year is 2012. Mr. Nielson steps up to his piano, takes a deep breath, then lets his genius flow out through his melodic piano tune: "Sr. Paco tiene mandatos: de-este-vaya-sepa-sea." Connor Kerl '15 sings along to the jingle in his Honors Spanish II class at Jesuit, helping him understand the Spanish subjunctive mood. Seven years later, he graduated from...
The Roundup, an esteemed Jesuit publication dating back decades, has a lot going on. The publication records student opinions of virtually all school-sponsored events, publishing new articles almost every day. With meetings, edits, interviews, and recruitment, it takes a lot to make sure everything works well. It takes an Editor-in-Chief. "The Editor-in-Chief serves as the chief public relations promoter of...
Recently, the sounds of marbles falling, saws cutting, drills whirring, and people shouting have become an ordinary occurrence in the upstairs B hallway. For roughly the past month, physics students have dedicated hours each day to perfecting their Rube Goldberg Project. The Rube Goldberg Project essentially combines all of the aspects we learned in the second semester of physics...
Imagine it's the spring semester of your junior year in college. You decide to venture home to visit your family over the Easter break. You're refreshed to reunite with parents and siblings and sleep in your own bed for the first time in months. It's just like old times until your brother wakes you up at 6 AM the...
“Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach.” This quote from Aristotle perfectly explains one of the primary missions of the Jesuits: to educate. A Jesuit must teach for several years before becoming ordained as a priest, primarily because Jesuits place a large emphasis on education. At Jesuit Dallas, there are always Novices who are teaching who will later become...
One way or another, almost every Jesuit student within Coach Jeremy Weeks' eight-year career has heard the famous advice, "Eat lots of fruits and drink lots of milk!" Coach Weeks has based off an entire training program on what goes on outside the weight room. Now, it's time for Coach Weeks, himself, to venture outside the 28-acre Jesuit Dallas...

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